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Despite his transient residency, Teddy Roosevelt left North Dakota with a memorable legacy: It's known as the Rough Rider state, in his honor. Its state capital, Bismark, must truly be the gateway to the west, rising from the Dakota hills to overlook miles and miles of prairie land-not to mention the North Dakota "badlands," which conjure up everything from felonious crime sprees to the ghosts of the Seventh Cavalry as they traveled west toward Montana on their ill-fated journey to disaster at Little Big Horn.
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The state's population of 638,800 is less than one-tenth the size of New York City. And Fargo, its largest urban center-population 74,111-certainly won't give you any feelings of claustrophobia. In fact, this mainly agricultural state may hold the key to what you've been looking for all along: space, solitude, and that wide-open feeling of expanse and well-being. If you're looking to get away from the obvious and want to avoid long museum and theater lines-if you don't give a hoot about the latest haute cuisine and you can live without hoards of obnoxious tourists, then this could be your heaven on earth.

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